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dreadfull

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  1. The evolution of ostensibly loyal northern protestants however really few from defenders of the realm to United irishmen is fascinating as is the reversing of the process which never re-emerged after bar a few notable exceptions
  2. The evolution of ostensibly loyal northern protestants however really few from defenders of the realm to United irishmen is fascinating as is the reversing of the process which never re-emerged after bar a few notable exceptions
  3. The evolution of ostensibly loyal northern protestants however really few from defenders of the realm to United irishmen is fascinating as is the reversing of the process which never re-emerged after bar a few notable exceptions
  4. The evolution of ostensibly loyal northern protestants however really few from defenders of the realm to United irishmen is fascinating as is the reversing of the process which never re-emerged after bar a few notable exceptions
  5. The evolution of ostensibly loyal northern protestants however really few from defenders of the realm to United irishmen is fascinating as is the reversing of the process which never re-emerged after bar a few notable exceptions
  6. at the time it was obviously reported as being an ira dump
  7. A dump containing rifles, shorts, grenades, ammo and suits, gloves etc was found buried in a ditch bordering land of a protestant farmer with family link to Paisley in Co.limerick which its presumed came from UR and this load, thats a long way from South Lebanon.
  8. Yeah "stole"..
  9. Interesting stuff Harry.
  10. Another ingenious escape by Irish Republican POW's, a modern day Catalpa, it was a incredible boost to moral at the time as it showed the sophistication of the Army and its Volunteers at a time when they were being portrayed as being relics of the past by Cosgrave's Gov.
  11. Any update on this, anyone here attend.
  12. Is this a local group or is it a meeting of the councils commemoration committee?
  13. Well I remember it only too well maybe thats my problem.
  14. It really was the very best and very worst of times.